Enhance site security by replacing old mechanical master key systems

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Individuals and organizations looking for a way to enhance the level of security at their sites or premises should seriously consider removing their older mechanical master key systems and replacing them with modern, high-end proximity smart card-based access control systems.

While using a key system is extremely easy, the truth of the matter is that, on the long-term, it can cost a lot of time and money. For example, should one employee lose his assigned set of keys, the company would have to replace all locks on the site, at a considerable cost.

Furthermore, each key can represent a security vulnerability in itself – a copied key can be used to access the site at any time, particularly at night and during weekends.

The best solution to tackle this issue is the implementation of a secure and affordable access control and restriction system, and this is specifically where Access Control UK could put its extensive experience in the field to very good use.

We employ a variety of access control technologies in order to create advanced solutions, enable users to exert solid, reliable and accurate control over the access to specific premises or zones.

The access control systems supplied by Access Control UK also support an effective Fire Roll Call feature, which will enable employers to evacuate the personnel off the premises in a very orderly and clear manner, should a fire, explosion or some other type of catastrophe occur.

If you’d like to find out more about the range of solutions supplied by Access Control UK, both in terms of hardware (smart card readers, biometric readers, turnstiles, etc.) and software (access rights management software solutions, etc.), just hit the contact button at the top of the screen, we’ll be more than happy to answer any queries you might have.

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